Monthly Archives: October 2012

Sleepless Somewhere Else

I went Somewhere Else to see my niece while she was in town. I wandered the hotel lobby like the ghost in Macbeth. I do not sleep well away from my husband. I checked and responded to email at 1:30A. … Continue reading

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1 for All

He stood outside the pottery shop, at the foot of the hill, next to the intersection. He was slim but not quite anorexic. His baseball cap was faded, spotlessly. I admire good grooming. I approached the steps to the shop … Continue reading

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Vision I

His face was beet red and bloated. His whiskers and sideburns had some grey in them. I watched him while he talked on his cell phone in the bus station. He told his friend he’d spent the season working with … Continue reading

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Big Bird: Another Middle Finger To The Base

Big Bird: Another Middle Finger To The Base. I laughed out loud. All is not lost, we still have a sense of humor. Thanks, Doug.

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Informed Choice

I watched Weisburg’s Money and Medicine on PBS this afternoon. My beliefs have been validated. I am not a doctoring person. My husband is not big on doctoring either. We don’t have physicals; consequently, we are not “on” anything. When … Continue reading

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Expedia’s Newest Ad

Expedia’s Newest Ad. Thanks to Johnbalaya, a very moving testimonial to the power of love.

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ObamaCare

During the presidential debate on Wednesday night, Governor Rmoney seemed to stress the fact that the Affordable Care Act has a provision for an “unelected” review board permitting or denying healthcare and treatment. What Rmoney does not tell us, in … Continue reading

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Obama’s Distraction

Doug has saved the day in his post regarding President Obama’s debate last night. As he reminds us, the POTUS has a day job. I hope you’ll be encouraged by Doug’s post.

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Obama v. Romney

Argument over stimulating job growth and supporting small business was of particular interest to me, and not because I am a micro business owner. After listening to weeks of former Governor Rmoney’s rhetoric in favor of assisting small business in … Continue reading

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47% Cheese

Some of you know that I am the product of divorce, back when it was still a trendy,  movement. As Gram used to say, I am from a “broken home”. My home really was broken; Gram had no idea. My … Continue reading

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